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Kramer, Katherine. 2001 ‘Self Defence Firearms, Shooting Clubs and Ammunition.’ Legal Controls on Small Arms and Light Weapons in South East Asia; Occasional Paper No. 3, p. 11. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva and Nonviolence International South East Asia. 1 July

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Ammunition and Spare Parts

Indonesia [allows] individuals who have an arm for self-defence up to 50 live ammunition rounds per pistol and 100 live ammunition rounds per rifle.

Members of a shooting club may purchase up to 200 rounds of live ammunition (Indonesia, 1977, arts. 5(a)(2), 5(b)(5); 2000).

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